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Nov 24, 2012 5:00am PST
talk about the modern economy, you'll hear something like the following phrase. well, the last 30 years of the american political economy has been very good for consumers, but bad for workers. well, it's not like there's two parts of me. it's just the same person who is doing both of those things. the question is in total, are you better off. and jennifer is someone who runs a small business and is in the world of retail. i want to hear what your thoughts on all of this right after we take this quick break. >>> that's the video of the walmart in georgia on black friday that we were debating whether we wanted to show. so we thought -- >> we say voyeurism -- >> well, no, we said we're only going to show it if we unpack a little bit rather than just kind of throw it out and look at those crazy people. jessica, not jennifer. we're 14 minutes into the show, i got one person who wasn't arrested saying was arrested. what was your take away from the walmart action? >> i honestly think it's inspiring. we were talking about this a moment ago. i think like the occupy movement, even if it's a
Nov 25, 2012 5:00am PST
morning my question -- how confident are you feeling about our economy? and anita hill gives us her take on women's ongoing political agenda. plus, restrictive abortion policy pushes some women pea be the line. walmart is ground zero for worker justice but does anyone care as long as prices stay low? >>> good morning. i'm melissa harris-perry. on friday, on the biggest shopping day of the year
Nov 24, 2012 1:00pm PST
to be on the cost side. >> yes. >> this law takes even more of the responsibility within the economy of health care costs on to the federal government's books. over time those costs are going to be unsustainable. the cost control parts are going to become more and more important over time. as it goes forward, we're going to have more and more of the don berwick show. and i like the don berwick show. but i think a lot of people don't, because that's the part where they're saying we're not going to give you this test because really you know, the test isn't useful for you. >> and there is peer reviewed evidence that shows this test is not useful. and you say gosh darn it i want the test. >> exactly. that's the change we're going to have to have. we would have needed it even if we didn't take on a greater government share of the costs. >> we shouldn't kid ourselves that isn't going to be necessarily popular in all moments. >> oh, i think it's going to be unpopular. >> donald berwick of the don berwick show, the man who just stead on our air, they're really pushing bundled payments to the
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